Applications are filed with the AUC to provide the information needed to review merits of a newly proposed utility project, evaluate financial data to determine rates, or make a complaint regarding energy market activities or rules. Applications are also filed to request amendments to existing facility licenses or for other requests which fall under the jurisdiction set out in the Alberta Utilities Commission Act or any other enactment under which the Commission is charged.
Applications are expected to be filed electronically through the AUC's eFiling System. In order to file applications through the eFiling System, applicants or their representatives require an account.
The eFiling System User Guide provides detailed instructions on the use of the eFiling System.
Any questions with respect to the eFiling System may be directed by email to email@example.com or by telephone at 403-592-4500.
The requirements and procedures for filing, revising and submitting information to the AUC is found in AUC Rule 001: Rules of Practice.
Specific application requirements can be found in Rule 007 for electric facilities, under Rule 020 for gas utility pipelines or Uniform System of Accounts and Minimum Filing Requirements for transmission facility owners and distribution facility owners. Under certain circumstances, the AUC will accept the filing of an application or submission by email or in paper format to the Customer Information Services Group: Mail: Alberta Utilities Commission Information Services group Fifth Avenue Place Fourth Floor, 425 First Street SW Calgary, Alberta T2P 3L8 Phone: 403-592-4500 Fax: 403-592-4406 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Participate in a proceedingThis eFiling System is provided to facilitate the electronic exchange of information among the AUC, applicants and interveners during the review of matters initiated by an application or by the Commission. Participants are expected to register, contribute to an interrogatory process, and submit documentary evidence and written argument for Commission determination electronically through the eFiling System. To register as an intervener or representative or make submissions to an AUC proceeding, an eFiling System account is required. This service allows parties to register and submit documents for written or oral proceedings based upon the regulatory schedule set out for the process.The eFiling System user guide provides detailed instructions for the use of all AUC electronic filing systems. Under certain circumstances, the AUC will accept the filing of an intervention or submission by email or in paper format: Mail:Alberta Utilities Commission Information Services groupFifth Avenue Place Fourth Floor, 425 First Street SW Calgary, AB T2P 3L8 Phone: 403-592-4500 Fax: 403-592-4406Email: email@example.com Application and proceeding submissions are non-confidential and are on the public record Subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, all documents filed in respect of a proceeding, including any documents filed prior to the start of a proceeding, must be placed on the public record. Your statement of intent to participate letter and any other documents you file will be accessible to the public and all other participants in the proceeding through the eFiling System. Please ensure that any document you file is free of information that you do not want to appear on a public record. If a party wishes to keep any information in a document confidential, the party may, before filing the document, make a request for confidentiality to firstname.lastname@example.org. The request for confidentiality must comply with Section 13 of AUC’s Rule 001: Rules of Practice, including that it must be in writing, briefly describe the nature of the information in the document, set out the reasons for the request including the specific harm that would result if the document were placed on the public record, and indicate whether all or only a part of the document is the subject of the request. The Commission will issue a decision on the confidentiality request as soon as practical.